Zungle Sunglasses With Bone Conduction Speakers:
Los Angeles-based tech startup Zungle set out with just one mission: to create a pair of smart sunglasses that people would actually want to wear. The result has been beautifully achieved in the form of the Panther, which incorporates a bone-conducting speaker in each leg to transmit crystal-clear audio directly to your eardrums while also maintaining situational awareness of your surroundings.
This innovation makes these Bluetooth-enabled sunglasses especially suitable for cyclists, who must be able to hear other vehicles beside or behind them on the road. Otherwise, the Panther clocks in at a mere 45 grams and comes in five colorways with replaceable lenses for a higher degree of customization. Its 300mAh battery can be fully charged within an hour for a full four hours of audio playback.
Zungle Panther can be paired with your smartphone. Listening to music and answering calls are available through bluetooth.
The jog dial on the right side is straightforward enough for you to master the functions without a manual. The functions like Pause/Play, Forward and Reverse can be done with this jog dial. Then their is a hidden USB Port and it’s in patent-pending.
Zungle panther praises long hours of music play. 4 hours of music play with maximum sound output is available with only one hour of charging. The Lenses can be replaced with iconic oakley frogskin lenses.The retailing for the early bird price of $89 USD.
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